Business Name: Dogwood Spring Studio
Type of Work: Soft Sculpture Art Dolls and Toys
Born at home on a small farm in rural Kentucky, Kaysha Korrow’s artistic nature was allowed to unfold from an early age. She began making her first dolls at age three. Many of her early toys were handmade by her and her family. Kaysha spent her first years sewing by hand and by baking homemade bread for the local natural food co-op, she earned money to buy her first sewing machine. In the summer of 2012, Kaysha developed Dogwood Spring Studio, a collection of art dolls and woodland-inspired soft toys. Most of the materials used are repurposed and salvaged from local thrift stores. Along with sewing and other needle crafts, Kaysha is a student of costume design and technology at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Her work has been featured in the Swift Wade Gallery and the Other Half Gallery in downtown Winston-Salem.
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